Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 10 am on 19 May 2020
Here is the weather for Tuesday
With a high of 18° C and a low of 12° C feels like 10° C.
Light and heavy rain until after mid-morning. Then cloud followed by sunny intervals until lunchtime.
In the afternoon it is mainly sunny intervals until tea-time with a risk of surprise showers during lunch, after 3:55 pm and at tea-time.
After tea, the sunny intervals return for a little while. This is followed by a cloudy sky until late Wednesday morning.
Wind: West South Westerly, (West South Westerly), Westerly, (West South Westerly), (West South Westerly)
Speed: 4-(14)-17-(14)-(7) mph
Gusts: 14-(23)-28-(23)-(15) mph
Risks: Surprise showers throughout the day. Risk of mist and fog near the River Forth and Queensferry Crossing this morning and early evening
That is it from me and have a Terrific Tuesday. The birds have been happily Tweeting. They are wondering about the significance of the letter R. Has the letter become taboo in our language? If so ‘letter’ would become ‘lette’ . Not sure if that would work as my laptop was refusing point-blank to accept the new version of the word. Just a thought – perhaps a couple of words would be better than just R It could have been simply put as Virus Reproduction Rate (if you need a short form VRR would suffice). I wonder why we choose to confuse?
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather and Met Office forecasts.